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How to Pay for Your Home Improvement Project

Whether its remodeling a kitchen or bathroom or building a new deck outside, most homeowners will eventually want to make changes to their homes. While these improvements usually cost much less than it would to buy a new home, they can still be expensive. For example, even minor kitchen remodels cost an average of $21,000 in 2018, according to Remodeling Magazine, with mid-range kitchen updates averaging as much as $64,000. Many homeowners do not have that kind of cash lying around. Fortunately, there are at least four different ways to pay for a home improvement project. Home Equity Loa...

January 8th, 2020 | Home Equity, HELOC, How to Pay for Your Home Improvement Project

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Should I Choose a Cash-Out Refi or HELOC?

When you need a chunk of cash for a project, your home may be the best source of funding. Fortunately, you do not need to sell your home to take advantage of your equity. There are two popular and practical ways to pull cash out of your home: a cash-out refinance mortgage and a home equity line of credit (HELOC). Cash-Out Refi’s A cash-out refinance loan replaces your existing mortgage with a new, larger loan, allowing you to take out cash in exchange for some of your existing equity. Lenders typically cap your cash-out refi at 80% of the home’s value. For example, let’...

February 20th, 2019 | Refinancing a Home, HELOC, Should I Choose a Cash-Out Refi or HELOC?

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